You can fly this drone in the rain, and it has facial recognition.
The new DJI Digital FPV System uses a set of goggles, transmission module, camera, and remote control to provide stunning first-person video up to 120 frames per second.
The Robomaster S1 can be programmed by kids, shoot pellets, and battle against other drones, but it's pricey.
The latest developments from the Russian armed forces are quickly becoming a real and present danger for American military hegemony.
The Selfly uses facial recognition to potentially be the best innovation in self-portrait technology since the selfie stick.
The DJI Mavic 2 line offers two firsts: a built-in Hasselblad camera in the Pro, and an optical zoom lens in the Zoom drone.
A demo at Microsoft's Build developer conference shows how drones and the Azure cloud platform can avoid costly, dangerous situations for workers.
Intel’s CES 2018 keynote discussed the role of data in the future of VR, sports, movies, computing and autonomous transportation.
Powerful sonic blasts can disrupt virtual-reality headsets, make robots and scooters spin around and make drones crash.
Swarms of drones, weaponized smart-home devices and stolen fingerprints, iris scans and DNA will be the security threats of the near future.
GoPro last year recalled its Karma drone after some trouble, but is now bringing it back to the skies.
Alarm.com is working on a system that will deploy a drone to see if someone's broken into your house.
Released just a few weeks ago, some GoPro Karmas would lose power when in use, so GoPro is grounding its first-ever drone.
The Airbus Varhana is a flying car that will take off and land vertically and keep you out of rush hour traffic.
DJI's new Mavic Pro drone can fit in your pocket, has a 4K camera, and has built-in gesture controls.
The $800 GoPro Karma comes with a removable gimbal, a controller with built-in touch display and even a backpack, but the camera is sold separately.
It may be less than 2 inches tall, but the JetJat Ultra can still stream high-resolution video to you on the ground that you can watch with an included headset.
A Virginia woman spied a drone hovering over her property, picked up a .410 bore shotgun and “blasted it to smithereens.”
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